Navigation Links
National Federation of the Blind to Exhibit at Consumer Electronics Show
Date:1/5/2009

Exhibit Will Highlight Products Blind People Can Use

BALTIMORE, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Federation of the Blind (NFB), the oldest and largest organization of blind people in the United States, in partnership with the Sendero Group, will exhibit at the international Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held January 6-11, 2009, in Las Vegas. The CES, the largest technology showcase in the world, will feature a booth sponsored by the National Federation of the Blind and the Sendero Group that highlights "vision free" products -- mainstream products that blind people can use independently.

The NFB and the Sendero Group will be manning the booth along with internationally-acclaimed singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder. The Sendero Group is the developer of the first accessible GPS and talking map, and one of the products that will be featured at the booth is their new Mobile Geo, an accessible GPS program for cell phones and PDAs.

Dr. Marc Maurer, President of the National Federation of the Blind, said: "Many new consumer electronics and home appliances are designed with visual displays and interfaces that make it extremely difficult and in some cases impossible for the blind to use them independently. It is critical that blind people have access to all features of mainstream products and technology with the same ease of use as the sighted. The Consumer Electronics Show is an important opportunity to reach out to manufacturers and encourage them to create accessible products. Creating technology that is accessible to and usable by blind people is not difficult, and it is essential if the blind are to be independent, productive citizens."

Representatives from the National Federation of the Blind and the Sendero Group, along with Stevie Wonder, will be at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, in booth 72044 during the Consumer Electronics Show. For more information about acces
'/>"/>

SOURCE National Federation of the Blind
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. The National Parkinson Foundation Awards Five Grants for the Falls Prevention Initiative
2. Aurora Physicians Receive National Recognition for Quality Diabetes Care
3. St. Jude Ranked No. 1 Pediatric Oncology Hospital in National Magazine Survey
4. Glaucoma Research Foundation Celebrates National Glaucoma Awareness Month
5. Childhood anxiety disorders can and should be treated, according to UT Southwestern national expert
6. Stem Cells Poised to Grow Organs for Transplant : Zannos Grekos, MD Presents Clinical Data of Research with Adult Stem Cells to Physicians at International Regenerative Biomedicine Conference
7. Accurate Background Announces Selection from Right at Home Background Screening Services Offered to Right at Home's National Network of Offices
8. ACP endorses National Priorities Partnership goals
9. Chindex International, Inc. Adopts Voluntary Executive Compensation Restrictions
10. National rates of co-occurring substance use and mental disorders call for better service integration
11. Cerebrio, LLC, an Omnicom Group Company, and MedLink International Undertake an Exclusive Development and Marketing Arrangement
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:1/22/2015)... 23, 2015 AngelWeddingDress, the premier women’s ... maternity wedding dresses. View website of AngelWeddingDress.com ... for maternity wedding dresses online for a bridal party. ... high quality for them. Its maternity wedding dresses are ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... 2015 Juvent Sports ( http://www.juventsports.com ) ... PGA Merchandise Show to bestow a Juvent Sports Achievement ... golfer, Arlene McKitrick. The award commemorated and congratulated McKitrick ... win. She won her first amateur tournament in 1979 ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... New York, New York (PRWEB) January 22, 2015 ... filed after Fresenius Medical Care recalled its GranuFlo ... the federal multidistrict litigation underway in U.S. District Court, ... an Order dated January 20th, the Court has remanded ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... 2015 For over 20 years, Dr. David Cruz ... Vista area has treated just about every type of injury ... And for those same twenty-plus years, the team at ... injuries with the best possible doctor. With the combined ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... 22, 2015 Joan Lunden, award-winning American ... at the upcoming 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer ... Education Resource®, LLC (PER®) , shares that “a fast-growing, ... undetected if she had not followed up her clean ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:AngelWeddingDress Has Recently Released Its Collection Of 2015 Maternity Wedding Dresses 2Health News:All-Time Leading Female Amateur Golfer Arlene McKitrick Receives Juvent Sports Achievement Award at 2015 PGA Show 2Health News:All-Time Leading Female Amateur Golfer Arlene McKitrick Receives Juvent Sports Achievement Award at 2015 PGA Show 3Health News:Court Overseeing Federal GranuFlo Lawsuits Remands Louisiana Claim Back to State Court, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 2Health News:Court Overseeing Federal GranuFlo Lawsuits Remands Louisiana Claim Back to State Court, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 3Health News:Court Overseeing Federal GranuFlo Lawsuits Remands Louisiana Claim Back to State Court, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 4Health News:Industry Leading Chiropractor in Oceanside Joins the Doctors on Liens Network 2Health News:Joan Lunden Reveals Diagnostic Approach That Led To Early Detection;To Keynote 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference® 2Health News:Joan Lunden Reveals Diagnostic Approach That Led To Early Detection;To Keynote 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference® 3Health News:Joan Lunden Reveals Diagnostic Approach That Led To Early Detection;To Keynote 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference® 4Health News:Joan Lunden Reveals Diagnostic Approach That Led To Early Detection;To Keynote 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference® 5Health News:Joan Lunden Reveals Diagnostic Approach That Led To Early Detection;To Keynote 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference® 6
... HealthDay Reporter , THURSDAY, March 15 (HealthDay News) -- ... appeared linked to symptoms in offspring that resemble attention-deficit ... Moreover, these problems with attention, hyperactivity and memory ... the longer they were exposed to cellphone radiation in ...
... Marcus HealthDay Reporter , THURSDAY, March 15 ... trying to become pregnant, but overdoing workouts might make ... report. Usually a risk factor for most health ... heavy women who logged vigorous workouts -- running, fast ...
... DENVER A panel of serum biomarkers could help ... patients, offering doctors an option before proceeding with a ... the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer,s ... a panel of 10 serum protein biomarkers could help ...
... by others, pounding to the beat in group exercise class has ... the experience of changing in the locker room, the acts of ... be very discomfiting. It,s a complex experience as women are faced ... space. "I walk into the change room and pace anxiously ...
... HealthDay Reporter , WEDNESDAY, March 14 (HealthDay News) ... and confounding issues in medicine, a new European study reports ... check for signs of prostate cancer were 30 percent less ... big picture isn,t simple enough for the new research to ...
... 15, 2012) As the supply of life-saving ... healthcare systems and policymakers to step up efforts ... available antibiotics through antimicrobial stewardship initiatives. ... Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA), Infectious Diseases Society ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Fetal Exposure to Cellphone Radiation Tied to ADHD-Like Symptoms in Mice 2Health News:Fetal Exposure to Cellphone Radiation Tied to ADHD-Like Symptoms in Mice 3Health News:Too Much Exercise Delays Pregnancy in Normal-Weight Women: Study 2Health News:Too Much Exercise Delays Pregnancy in Normal-Weight Women: Study 3Health News:Too Much Exercise Delays Pregnancy in Normal-Weight Women: Study 4Health News:The stress of undress 2Health News:The stress of undress 3Health News:Study Finds PSA Testing Cuts Prostate Cancer Death Risk 2Health News:Leading infectious diseases experts call for increased focus on protecting antibiotics 2
(Date:1/23/2015)... ORLANDO, Fla. and DUBLIN , ... of the agreement with KRS Global Biotechnology, Inc. for the ... will be compounded for shipment in the United ... 503B FDA approved Outsourcing Facility capable of compounding naltrexone tablets ...
(Date:1/23/2015)... 23, 2015  Now available for sale, The Armor1 Ankle ... prevents ankle sprains by cushioning the ankle from an ... around the outside of any shoe type and allows ... still offering protection against sprains. With customers in physical ...
(Date:1/23/2015)... , Jan. 23, 2015   Leatt Corporation  (OTCQB: ... protective equipment for all forms of sports, including extreme ... neck brace, announced today that the UISP Lega Motociclismo ... requires all riders to wear a neck brace during ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Immune Therapeutics, Inc. Announces Agreement with KRS Global Biotechnology, Inc. 2Immune Therapeutics, Inc. Announces Agreement with KRS Global Biotechnology, Inc. 3Immune Therapeutics, Inc. Announces Agreement with KRS Global Biotechnology, Inc. 4The Armor1 Ankle Roll Guard is the New Breakthrough Solution for Ankle Sprain Prevention! 2Leatt Announces Neck Braces Now Required For Motocross/Minicross Racing In Italy 2Leatt Announces Neck Braces Now Required For Motocross/Minicross Racing In Italy 3
... Response Rates Recognized as Marker of,Treatment Success -, ... new,independently-conducted study being presented at the 59th Annual ... Liver Diseases (AASLD) shows that,PEGASYS(R) (peginterferon alfa-2a) treatment ... for hepatitis C patients as,compared to regimens with ...
... complications; they are also more likely,to become overweight or ... A study by the Kaiser,Permanente Center for Health ... that women who gained more than 40 pounds during ... heavy baby. Published in,the November issue of Obstetrics & ...
Cached Medicine Technology:New Study Shows that PEGASYS(R) Regimen Provides Higher Sustained Virological Response Rates for Hepatitis C Patients 2New Study Shows that PEGASYS(R) Regimen Provides Higher Sustained Virological Response Rates for Hepatitis C Patients 3New Study Shows that PEGASYS(R) Regimen Provides Higher Sustained Virological Response Rates for Hepatitis C Patients 4New Study Shows that PEGASYS(R) Regimen Provides Higher Sustained Virological Response Rates for Hepatitis C Patients 5New Study Shows that PEGASYS(R) Regimen Provides Higher Sustained Virological Response Rates for Hepatitis C Patients 6New Study Shows that PEGASYS(R) Regimen Provides Higher Sustained Virological Response Rates for Hepatitis C Patients 7Gaining Too Much Weight During Pregnancy Nearly Doubles Risk of Having a Heavy Baby 2Gaining Too Much Weight During Pregnancy Nearly Doubles Risk of Having a Heavy Baby 3
... Enhanced Durability for Excellent ... working with challenging cases. PT² ... of a linear elastic nitinol ... resilient polymer tip. This provides ...
... Separation System is an enabling ... separate cell populations into multiple ... and density. This flexible laboratory ... depletion, concentration, and washing ...
... is a positive-displacement, continuously ... designed to simplify multiple ... Gilson DistriTip syringes. DistriTips ... with level indicators. Three ...
... are lightweight and balanced for smooth, one-handed ... and comfort, reducing fatigue in even the ... a physician to easily steer the catheter ... just one finger. Reflexion's auto-lock technology keeps ...
Medicine Products: